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  • #46
    There's a big correction in the stock markets due (within the next 2 years). Back in 2009 I had shares that were wiped out overnight. I sold some and took a loss, some smaller ones weren't worth selling so kept them and only this year has everything turned green. Decide what risk you will assume, how much access you need to your money, always have savings that you can withdraw without penalties. If you put everything in shares then you can wake up to find you have NOTHING. I would say split your excess money 80/20 in savings/investment. Investment being long term or set a limit that you want to sell at. You can choose managed funds but those are still with risk (even low risk ones could lose all your money if a market crash happened). Also stay away from crypto until bitcoin hits around $3000.

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    • #47
      Originally posted by courtuk View Post
      There's a big correction in the stock markets due (within the next 2 years). Back in 2009 I had shares that were wiped out overnight. I sold some and took a loss, some smaller ones weren't worth selling so kept them and only this year has everything turned green. Decide what risk you will assume, how much access you need to your money, always have savings that you can withdraw without penalties. If you put everything in shares then you can wake up to find you have NOTHING. I would say split your excess money 80/20 in savings/investment. Investment being long term or set a limit that you want to sell at. You can choose managed funds but those are still with risk (even low risk ones could lose all your money if a market crash happened). Also stay away from crypto until bitcoin hits around $3000.
      The brutal truth is the time to buy is when the markets get wiped out overnight, it is just working out which shares to buy, there is an element of luck in that but also some foresight when it comes to researching future trends.

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      • #48
        Originally posted by fatbeard View Post

        ... there is an element of luck in that ...
        ... somewhere on the government level.

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        • #49
          Originally posted by lovewesteross
          I decided to invest in MotoCoin, which one looks interesting and new crypto. I hope it will be more popular soon. It is 2D motorbike game for mining. It is looks very profitable and has good reviews from customers. Crypto games are new and interesting way to get more cryptos.
          All you forgot was your influence scam virus link....like you posted in your other replies

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          • #50
            Originally posted by Wato25 View Post
            I want to invest but don't know where to start

            "No matter how much money you earn, it's important to set aside some of it for savings and investments" - Do you think that is right? How to invest?
            If you are still young, I would say "invest" by saving little by little. There are many types of investments: bank deposit, mutual fund, stock market, property/land, gold, forex, etc. Find out yourself, are you a brave enough to take a risk? The fund manager will usually ask you, which type of person you are. The risk taker, medium (so so) or the safe person, based on that, the fund manager will give you the right investment for you, either the : aggressive, moderately aggressive, or conservative. Of course the highest risk you choose, the highest profit you will get. Once you know what type of person you are, then you can choose the right investment for you.

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            • #51
              And save and invest at the same time! It is possible and so effective

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              • #52
                I want to invest the money in business but I don't have clear goals for this and I don't have enough money too

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                • #53
                  In order to invest money in business you need to know what business you want to invest in. Then, you need to know as much about this subject as you can. After which you need to do a feasibility study(market, profit/loss projections, etc) Then you can throw your money at it and hope and pray you profit out of it.

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                  • #54
                    Originally posted by MotifSky
                    Investing is a really good idea for your future financial stability or starting your own business. But I agree with other responses, your investements will be profitable and make sense only if you have a clear plan for them. It's simple, you need to understand which certain things will be the mor profitable and safest for your money, and only after making such decision you can start your financial operations. Be also very careful with possible scam, for example, never invest in suspicious/unknown companies, funds and so on.
                    Your other problem with investing can be finding a certain amount of money for it. It's obvious that you need to have a good salary and earn as much as possible but if you can't wait too long, there are some other ways for getting more money.
                    They are for example:
                    - short sell stocks (with them you borrow shares from your investment firm)
                    - buying on margin (it has many in common with the previous strategy but in this case you borrow money from your investment firm to pay for part of your investments)
                    - getting a line of credit or payday loans online VIRUS (many financial institutions provide such service but always read carefully their rules before making a credit deal!)
                    - refinancing your mortgage or taking out a new one (if your investment is successful, it'll cover all loan for your property and also brings some extra profit for you)

                    But keep in mind that all these strategies are risky and if you're not about the succes of your investment, than it's better to be patient and save the money from your salary for it.
                    Hahahahahahaha yup as expected you sneaked back to post a spam influence link that contains a malware virus

                    http://forum.interpals.net/forum/int...s-postcrossing

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